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Dr Paul Griffin

Dr Paul Griffin

Dr Paul Griffin

Associate Professor Paul Griffin is the Director of Infectious Diseases at Mater Health Services in Brisbane, Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of Queensland School of Medicine and the Medical Director at Nucleus Network. He has fellowships in Infectious Diseases from the Royal Australasian College of Physicians, in Clinical Microbiology from the Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia and from the Australasian College of Tropical Medicine.

Paul is the Principal Investigator and Medical Director at Nucleus Network; a specialized contract research organisation specializing in early and late phase trials in infectious diseases where he has been the principal investigator on in excess of 125 clinical trials predominantly in Infectious Diseases including novel vaccines, including 8 COVID-19 vaccines. Finally, as a Clinical Microbiologist he maintains an active interest in diagnostic microbiology with a focus on clinical applications of faecal microbiome metagenomic sequencing.

Despite an already demanding role as Director of Infectious Diseases, A/Prof Paul Griffin has become a trusted media authority and spokesperson across the nation during the COVID-19 pandemic. While performing vital clinical and research duties, A/Prof Griffin also devoted time to inform, educate and reassure the community via a wide range of media appearances. He has featured regularly on prominent Australian programs across television, radio, print and online including The Project, Sunrise, Today Show, A Current Affair, and ABC, and internationally including Canada’s CTV.

Day two, Sunday 7 May
Boulevard Room: 13:35

Managing infectious disease risk in General Practice settings


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